"Look at the beeg boy, cahming to get hees money."
Continuing with the White Guy/Gambling theme is a quote from Teddy KGB, played by John Malkovich in the poker movie Rounders. While declining in popularity, Teddy KGB quotes are still welcome in living room poker games nationwide, and Beeg Boy is applicable anytime a new player arrives or a player makes a comeback. Teddy KGB lines also go over well at casino poker tables, where the dealers have never heard that one before. Really. (Note: Teddy KGB quotes should be delivered in the worst Russian accent possible, with the knowledge that it will never be as bad as Malcovich'.)
"I fart in your general direction!"
This classic gem from Monty Python and the Holy Grail is the verbal equivalent of chucking someone' chin: it' harmless faux-aggression, and very few people will know what you're doing. People who use this quote are likely to be pasty, thin, and brittle-boned. One appropriate reply is to fire back: "We are the knights who say 'Knee!'" Another is to give the quoter an atomic wedgie. If you really want to hurt his feelings, as the waist of his underpants comes up over his head shout, "I'm a chaotic-evil elf-warrior with a constitution of 18, b***h!" Don't worry if you don't know what that means; the nerd will.
"The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club."
Whether in life or the workplace, rules are boring, so on the surface, Brad Pitt' iconic line from the cult hit Fight Club is useful to lighten up otherwise dull regulations. For instance, "The first rule of Pictionary is: you do not talk about Pictionary" will be a hit at any party, so long as you're playing Pictionary.